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    Radiology Clinic
     
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    Tuscaloosa Music Club
     
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  • Buhl—An AMSTI School

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  • 2019 Spring Survey!

    If you complete an online survey or return the paper copy, your child will receive a special treat. We will collect responses from now until Friday, April 26th. The results from the surveys will be used to create our Title One Parent Student Compact and Title One Parental Involvement Plan. Please let us know how we are doing and what needs improvement. Every voice counts! Thanks for your support!!

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    ABC Tree

     

    2019 Kindergarten Registration

    March 28, 2019

    8:30-3:00


    State Report Card

     

    Announcement: Remarks regarding the 2017-2018 Alabama State Report Card for Buhl Elementary
    Prepared by: Vanessa Clay, Principal
     
    On December 28th the State of Alabama released scores for the State Report Card The Tuscaloosa County School System received an overall score of 77. Buhl Elementary received an overall score of 74.
     
    The 2016-2017 score was based on the results from the State Assessment, ACT Aspire.  The 2017-2018 score is based on results from the State Assessment, Scantron. 
     
    The 2017-2018 score is a composite of a Reading/English score of 77 and a Math score of 77 (Academic Achievement), a Reading/English score of 76 and a Math score of 61 (Academic Growth), and a Chronic Absenteeism (students who are absent 15 or more days- excused/unexcused- per year) score of 12.27/15.
     
    Steps for Improvement:
    • Teachers are receiving additional professional development through a partnership with AMSTI (Alabama Math Science Technology Initiative). Math specialists meet with our teachers during half-day planning every nine weeks.  These specialists also co-teach, provide support in strengthening instruction of math standards, and meet with our teachers on a weekly basis.
    • Teachers are receiving half-day coaching and additional professional development with the Instructional Partner who focuses professional development on the English Language Standards.  The Instructional Partner also provides strategies and identifies next-steps for students who struggle with foundational and comprehension skills in reading. 
    • All K and 1st grade teachers implement the SPIRE Intervention Program during school wide acceleration for students lacking foundational skills. 
    • ALL teachers are now AMSTI trained in Math and Science.
    • Additional reading and math teaching resources have been purchased with Title One Funding. 


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    License

    Our Raptor system has been updated.  Everyone will need to scan in their license again. 

    Thank you for your patience.

     
     
  • Our Mission

     At Buhl Elementary we are building a community of leaders.
     
    We encourage and celebrate the leaders within us. 
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     Clas School of Distinction
     
    Buhl Elementary School, Tuscaloosa County Schools; Central High School, Tuscaloosa City Schools; and Hillcrest High School, Tuscaloosa County Schools have been selected as 2018 CLAS Schools of Distinction. Each school was nominated for this award by its respective superintendent.  This award recognizes schools that serve as outstanding educational models for other schools in Alabama. These exemplary schools will be recognized at a luncheon February 25, 2019, in Prattville, Alabama at which time, the CLAS Banner School from State School Board District 4 will be announced

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